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Is it possible that the large-scale gravitational manifold is being distorted by the “nullifying” effects of the infinity of mass-created Lagrangian points (or areas), which could result in the expansion rather than contraction of the universe? “Implied” mass, a consequence of the infinity of L-areas, may constitute the “dark matter” that is allowing for the expansion of the universe. Or perhaps a great number of small masses are hiding within these L-areas, yielding the same result.
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Berman, B. (2014). Do Lagrangian gravitational null areas result in an expanding universe?. PHILICA.COM Observation number 84.